March Business After Hours
The March DCC Business After Hours was a fantastic evening despite Level 2 public health measures starting on the day.
A last minute venue change to meet the distance requirements allowed Denmark Chamber members an opportunity to gather outside the Denmark Visitor Centre and enjoy light refreshments and networking under the glow of the fairy lights. The host for the evening, local member of the Labor party Jane Kelsbie, appeared via video link due to close contact isolation requirements. She appeared on a large screen to address those that attended and was available for private individual chats with interested members throughout the evening.
Jane urged anyone struggling to navigate the changing covid rules and restrictions to contact staff at her Denmark office. She also acknowledged the huge response to the recent Denmark fire and thanked all those involved in the firefighting, logistics and the preparation prior to the emergency. As Jane said, never has she been so thankful to hear planes flying over our town.
Juliet Grist was the lucky winner of two bottles of wine. New member Debbie Mathews from The Marron Tale was introduced.